Chapter 26 trans

Chapter 26 trans - TheMagicDeedofMedea ,butAesonisaway,who .ThensothesonofAeson says,Ohwife,, song(what

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The  Magic Deed of Medea In Greece the fathers and mothers bring gifts before the received son, but Aeson is away, who  now is neighboring the dead and also worn out through many years.  Then so the son of Aeson  says, “Oh wife, whom to me I greet to be able to confess, if they are able to make this by your  song (what then are they not able?), carry away from my years and add the taken years to my  parent.” And that he did not retain his tears.  Medea is moved by pity for his asking and, “Do you  think therefore,” she says, “I can transmit you length of life?  Hecate would not permit this!  You  did not seek fair.  But I will try to give you a better gift, Jason.  My arts will try to give him long  life, not called back your years, if only now the three-formed goddess will help me.” After three nights when the horns of the moon came together so that the most full Diana may  see the lands, Medea stepped out from the house with a naked foot and open garments and  flowing hair and she bears alone through the middle of the silence of night with her steps.  All 
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course LATIN 2051 taught by Professor Watanabe during the Spring '11 term at LSU.

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Chapter 26 trans - TheMagicDeedofMedea ,butAesonisaway,who .ThensothesonofAeson says,Ohwife,, song(what

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